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Odour Control

  • Neutralise cooking odours

  • Reduce grease build up

  • Prevent fire risks

  • ​Help reduce maintenance & cleaning 

  • Low capital and running costs

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​Controlled Ozone injectors are the first fully controllable, energy efficient units available for neutralising cooking odours, and they are well placed to comply with any future ozone output monitoring requirements that may be introduced.
Via their integrated smart control system, our units are able to react to the air volume being drawn out through the duct work ensuring ozone emission levels are monitored at point of discharge. This means that they only produce the level of ozone required for the extract air volume, and are not simply "on or off" like other products currently on the market. 
Controlled Ozone units work around the clock but only use the required amount of energy at all times.
​The Controlled Ozone units inject ozone directly into the kitchen extraction system, where it reacts with odours and oxidises them in a chemical reaction, resulting in the production of carbon dioxide and water vapour. The ozone itself is consumed during the process by way of conversion into oxygen.

  Advantages over UV bulbs

  • No health risk of Arc Eye from exposure to the UV bulb

  • No safety risk of glass powder from a bulb breaking

  • No breakdown of the efficiency of the UV bulb over a six to twelve-month period

  • The ability to control the ozone output level  


 The gaseous ozone produced by our units can be injected   directly into the canopy plenum or the early stage of the extract   duct, which is not possible with UV bulbs. UV bulbs must be   sited much later into the extraction path because the bulb glass   becomes fragile if subjected to the levels of heat that builds up   in the plenum and early duct. 

  • The ozone is given longer in contact with the organic particulate from the cooking process to break it down.

  • The ozone reverts quicker at higher temperatures allowing a slightly higher concentration of ozone to be injected into the plenum whilst maintaining safe levels of emission. 

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